Gregg Steinhafel could be eligible for millions of dollars in severance after stepping down as CEO from Target Monday. Target hasn’t clarified if Steinhafel’s exit was voluntary or involuntary, which could impact his compensation, according to several reports.
Target’s Chief Financial Officer John Mulligan will run the Minneapolis-based retailer on an interim basis, while the company looks for a permanent replacement for Gregg Steinhafel.
Police are looking for a man who stabbed two women during a robbery in Minneapolis early Monday morning.
Scientists have discovered that giving the blood of young mice to old ones reversed declines in learning and memory in the old mice.
An eaglet that was seen struggling on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ EagleCam has been euthanized, the University of Minnesota’s Raptor Center said Monday.